Submission to the Legislative Committee on Bill C-21, An Act to Amend the Unemployment Insurance Act

Sets out NAWL’s concerns with the proposed legislation on UIC tabled in the House of Commons, including the government’s plan to discontinue its contributions to the UIC plan and to take money from that plan to finance training programs. Takes the position that penalty provisions for those who quit without just cause or those who are fired for misconduct are unduly onerous.

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